Internal warning: Request task 62 dispatch took 13 seconds Seeing this type of message in an ASA 12 server.
Does this mean that it took 13 seconds to execute the query or that it took 13 seconds before the query could be executed?
If it is the time it took before the query could start executing, what can I do to eliminate or reduce this time?
Command line to start the server is: -z -c 95P -os 1M -o c:EMRdatabaseconsole_log.txt -x tcpip -n emrmpg c:EMRdatabaseemr.db
Excerpts from the log:
11/07 20:05:26. SQL Anywhere Network Server Version 188.8.131.5252 11/07 20:05:26. OEM Authenticated Edition, licensed only for use with authenticated OEM applications. 11/07 20:05:26. Connection limit (licensed seats): 200 11/07 20:05:26. Processors detected: 1 (containing 4 logical processors) 11/07 20:05:26. Maximum number of physical processors the server will use: 1 11/07 20:05:26. Running Windows 2008R2 Build 7601 Service Pack 1 on X86_64 11/07 20:05:26. Server built for X86_64 processor architecture 11/07 20:05:28. 77694908K of memory used for caching 11/07 20:05:28. Minimum cache size: 77694908K, maximum cache size: 77699052K 11/07 20:05:28. Using a maximum page size of 4096 bytes 11/07 20:05:28. Multiprogramming level: minimum:4, current:20, maximum:80 11/07 20:05:28. Automatic tuning of multiprogramming level is enabled
Server is using all 4 CPUs, total memory is 79871 MB.
It means that a request took a total of 13 seconds to execute from start to finish. This warning is generated from the SQL Anywhere task scheduler. The task scheduler monitors execution of tasks and outputs this warning whenever a task takes more than 10 second to execute without context switching.
If you see this message once in a while, then I wouldn't worry about it. If you see it frequently then you might be able to use application profiling to find the SQL statement that is taking long to execute. You will need to correlate the application profiling information with the time the message was displayed in the log in order to find the offending statement. Once you have the SQL statement then please open a bug report with that repro.
answered 10 Nov '11, 11:59